Natural Family Medicine in Kirkland, WA

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Comprehensive Natural Medicine and Acupuncture offers patients both a primary care and specialty care solution, by integrating the strengths of western medicine and the flexibility and personalization of alternative medicine.

Primary Care

Our goal is to provide you with flexibility and multiple tools as you make health care decisions for yourself and your family.

​Our primary care offers you a principal point of consultation and continuity of care within the health care system. We provide you with information and provide treatment options for a wide range of common healthcare conditions (i.e. hypertension, angina, diabetes, asthma, depression, anxiety, back pain, arthritis, thyroid dysfunction).

We are able to provide you with current standards of care, as well as complementary alternative options that can benefit your health care experience as you navigate your current health concerns.

Health is a balance of biochemistry, nutrition, emotions, lifestyle, regular maintenance, your ability to process stress and toxins, and genetics. We have a wide range of tools to help you consider all these factors as you move towards a fuller and healthier existence.

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